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Do Teeth Whitening Do Harm?

 Tooth whitening is a process that has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years. As part of the economic boom of recent years, people have had more disposable income, and they have chosen to dispose of it in search of a better appearance, including a better smile.  Inexpensive whitening products are available in drug stores, shops and online. More and more people are whitening their teeth and this makes you wonder if the whitening process is safe? Generally, it is a very safe procedure. 

 
Some people think that teeth whitening is harmful because they feel sensitivity after whitening their teeth. It is true that some agents in whitening gels cause sensitivity but this does not lead to a long-term damage. It is just a sign that gel is working and valid. If you want to whiten your teeth but are concerned about the side effects, there are many ways to make the process more comfortable.And the first thing people look for is a whiter smile, because the other thing they've spent their disposable income on is Starbucks Coffee, leading to a discoloration of their dental enamel.
 
Along with tooth length, tooth color is one of the main determiners of a youthful smile. So now people are beginning to look to tooth whitening to turn back their apparent years, just as they are turning to Botox as a cost-effective solution for battling wrinkles. However, some people wonder whether tooth whitening is such a good idea as it seems, since in some forms it can actually damage your teeth.
 
In bleaching with mouth tray you can but a thin vaseline layer over your gums. It can help with teeth sensitivity.
 
The teeth whitening machine can be a quite aggressive equipment when carring on the procedure. The best thing to do is to start with mild whitening gel. If you don’t have remarkable stains in your teeth, you can choose also for example a teeth whitening pen.
 
If you decide to use stronger whitening gels, start to use Remineralization Gel for sensitive teeth - some cases use even before the whitening procedure. The Remineralization/Desentizing Gel is a efficient way to cut down the sensitivity in teeth and they can help to make the whitening process completely pain-free.
 
No matter what kind of teeth whitening product you will choose, you don’t have to worry about the side effects. The pain that you feel during whitening is only temporary and doesn’t lead to a permanent damage.
 
Though it is basically safe, there is still something we should pay attention to. 
 
Whitening Toothpaste - even considered as anideal solution, you should use caution in selecting a whitening toothpaste. Some of the whitening toothpastes include harsh abrasive dental material such as silica or aluminum oxide. The goal is to provide whitening by abrading away the stained enamel to reveal the whiter enamel below. This can provide good results for some people, but in the long run it is not a good option. Dental enamel naturally thins anyway as a person ages, and as it thins it becomes more susceptible to cracking and chipping. In addition, if your enamel gets thin enough, it can expose the yellowish dentin below the enamel.
 
Bleaching compounds are the other main way that ought to be watched out. Using chemical means, the stains are lightened. The most common active ingredient is hydrogen peroxide, which can be delivered in several different ways. Whether you use a store-bought tray, a whitening strip, or get Zoom! tooth whitening at a dentist's office, you are probably getting whitening as a result of exposing your teeth to hydrogen peroxide.
 
As a conclusion, if your teeth whitened and protected properly, there is no harm to them. Just get back your charming smile now!

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